Negotiating a Template for Labor Standards The U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement

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Leonard Bierman and Jason Campbell

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Negotiating a Template for Labor Standards: The U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement is a detailed factual case study that tracks the negotiation of the labor provisions in the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement signed into law on January 1, 2004. It draws upon a range of published and unpublished sources and interview with some of the primary players to give a true inside look into a challenging international negotiation. Written primarily from the point of view of the lead U.S. negotiator for the labor chapter, the case study discusses the two countries' interests and positions on the labor provisions, the possible templates available from prior agreements, the complex political maneuvering involved, and the course of the negotiations themselves – from the opening talks to the various obstacles to the final post-agreement celebration.

Teacher's Package includes:

  • 32-page case study
  • Teaching notes with summary of the case study and suggested discussion questions

Negotiating a Template for Labor Standards Attributes

Authors: Leonard Bierman and Jason Campbell
Publisher: Program on Negotiation (2004)